What To Do If You Break Your Dental Crown

Dentist Blog

Your dental crowns are designed to provide protection to a tooth that needed significant dental work to be saved. However, there may come a day where that dental crown falls off your tooth. Here is what you need to know if this happens to you. Save The Crown If Possible The first thing that you should try to do is try to save the crown, no matter how many pieces the crown breaks into.

28 December 2019

What To Know When Comparing Dental Implants, Bridges, And Dentures

Dentist Blog

Are you looking to fix a missing tooth, but not sure which method to use? It will help to know some key differences when comparing dental implants, bridges, and dentures. Cleaning There are differences between the three methods when it comes to cleaning. Dental implants can be treated like a natural tooth, which means you can brush and floss like normal to keep it clean. However, a dental bridge requires a little more work.

26 November 2019

Top Ways To Save Money On Dental Care

Dentist Blog

If you want to enjoy good dental health, you'll need to care for your teeth properly. This will allow you to avoid many common dental issues and can help reduce your overall dental care costs. Dental services can be pricey unless you know some of the top methods for lowering this expense. Putting these tips to work for you can allow you to often pay less for any dental care.

28 October 2019

If Your Child Plays Contact Sports, They Should Get Dental X-Rays

Dentist Blog

If your child plays contact sports, chances are you're already taking necessary precautions to help protect their teeth. However, you should still plan on bringing your child into the dentist's office for regular examinations and dental x-rays. Your child's interest in sports could put them at a higher risk of some unusual dental problems. Here's what you should watch out for. Traumatic Injuries Traumatic injuries happen in contact sports, often to everyone involved, whether parents like it or not.

4 October 2019

Subperiosteal Implants Protect Your Oral Health After You Flossed Improperly

Dentist Blog

Flossing has never seemed like a big deal to you, so you rarely perform this action. Or maybe you regularly floss your teeth and still find that your teeth are in bad shape because you weren't flossing properly. Whatever the situation, subperiosteal implants may be essential for you. Poor Flossing May Seriously Impact Your Dental Health Studies have shown that many people don't know how to floss properly and may cause more damage to their teeth than good.

2 September 2019

Teeth Whitening And Bonding: Faqs

Dentist Blog

Cosmetic bonding is a popular procedure that is used to fill in cavities using a natural-looking material. Ideally, it is best for dental imperfections and chips that are have occurred on the front of (the most visible part) your smile, as this bonding material appears similar to your natural teeth, especially when compared to a metal filling. If you are considering cosmetic bonding or currently have bonded teeth, you may be interested in learning what kind of impact teeth whitening may have on the material.

1 August 2019

Bring Your Brand Of Toothpaste With You During Your Next Dental Cleaning

Dentist Blog

Caring for your teeth requires effort, diligence, and a little bit of money. Purchasing high-quality toothpaste can run up a shopping budget. Are you getting the best results with your current brand of toothpaste? Maybe it is time to upgrade to something better. Perhaps improving dental health hinges on switching to a better brand of toothpaste is advisable. The Dentist Offers Some Advice A dental checkup reveals a lot about your teeth.

3 July 2019

Specialty Products Recommended For After Dental Implantation

Dentist Blog

Dental implants take some time to secure in place and heal after the implantation. And, your dental professional will help to explain the necessary cleaning and care instructions that will ensure a healthy implant long-term. The cleaning instructions may include some recommendations for specialty products. Keep reading to learn about a few of them. Fluoride-Free Toothpaste Most toothpastes contain both abrasive agents and fluoride. Fluoride is meant to remineralize the teeth after mineral loss while abrasives scrub off food and plaque debris.

4 June 2019

2 Advantages Replacing Your Missing Teeth With Dental Implants Instead Of Bridges

Dentist Blog

If you have a few missing teeth, you may be searching for the ideal way to fill them in so that you can smile confidently once again. While researching your options, you may have come across a couple from which you could choose that include either dental implants or bridges. If you are trying to decide on how to fill in your missing teeth, consider the following advantages of getting dental implants instead of bridges.

6 May 2019

3 Essential Tips For Choosing The Right Toothpaste

Dentist Blog

Toothpaste is an essential part of your oral healthcare routine. Not only is it necessary for removing food residue, bacteria, and plaque from your teeth and gums, but the right toothpaste can also strengthen your teeth and gum tissue. Of course, knowing which toothpaste is right for you can be challenging. Here are a few tips to help you select the right toothpaste. Find the Seal When you first walk down the toothpaste and toothbrush aisle at your local discount retailer or drug or grocery store, you may be surprised by the options available.

9 April 2019